Interviews about Biology

Interviews about genetics, ecology and evolution, insects, mammals, marine science, plants and zoology...

04 November 2022

We sample the spookiest sights and smells at Cambridge University's Botanic Garden...

27 October 2022

11 sets of isolated amphipods may mean we could watch evolution happen in real time

27 October 2022

A study measuring the electrical charge generated by bees found a shocking result

21 October 2022

The alarming amount of discarded fishing equipment in our oceans has been calculated

18 October 2022

There may be dormant viruses of different types lingering in the body and reawakened by coronavirus infection to cause...

18 October 2022

How are researchers tackling long COVID?

14 October 2022

Can enzymes in wax worm saliva be our solution to plastic pollution?

14 October 2022

What does the aldabra giant tortoise's genome mean for its conservation, and the survival of other tortoises?

14 October 2022

How does a dormant bacteria know when conditions are good enough to wake back up?

07 October 2022

These intelligent birds are learning how to cooperate with each other to secure an easy meal...

07 October 2022

The secrets held in fossilised species...

30 September 2022

How much can we treat motor neurone disease, and why is there a giant boat outside the building?

30 September 2022

What do the public of Trieste think about the current climate policies?

27 September 2022

Antimicrobial compounds found in Australian Blushwood tree targets disease causing bacteria

27 September 2022

The survival of seagrass could be tied more to their past than their future...

20 September 2022

Our teams of scientists are pitted against one another...

20 September 2022

The chemical that could alter your ability to tell lies...

20 September 2022

We introduce the band of scientists here to answer all your questions...

16 September 2022

What happens to the bacteria we carry when people and animals share the same space?

16 September 2022

Moths discriminate precisely between plants species, but their sensitivity also changes depending upon whether they...

16 September 2022

Genetic fragments can tell us when, back in history, so called “admixture” - the merging of one population into another...

16 September 2022

Working in Africa provides neuroscientists with opportunities that are not available in other continents...

14 September 2022

Metastasis leads to more robust cancer cells

12 September 2022

Has our understanding of relationships in other animals been misinformed by outdated views on gender roles?